Human Rights at Sea receives Seafarers UK funding for flagship ‘Missing Seafarers & Fishers Reporting Programme’

PRESS RELEASE 3 December 2014 Seafarers UK funding kick-starts development of an international register of missing seafarers David Hammond (left), founder of Human Rights at Sea meets Barry Bryant, Director General, Seafarers UK   Seafarers UK is pleased to announce a grant in support of Human Rights at Sea (HRAS), a not-for-profit resource for...

Cargo Security Intelligence HRAS Article – November 2014 Edition

  Cargo Security Intelligence article covering HRAS development can be found HERE Reproduced with kind permission. Cargo Security Intelligence offers an incisive and dynamic approach to news gathering and feature writing on cargo security and safety within the challenging and technologically innovative maritime and port environments. CSI MAGAZINE This authoritative journal is essential reading...

Law Society Annual Human Rights conference 10 December 2014 – London

Annual Human Rights conference 2014  Human Rights at Sea is pleased to be engaged with the Law Society of England and Wales for their Annual Human Rights conference to be held in London on 10 December 2014. HRAS Founder, David Hammond, will be contributing to the afternoon discussion covering Modern Slavery in the context of slavery...

The Fishermen’s Mission joins Human Rights at Sea as a Supporting Entity expanding the HRAS message into the fishing community

The Fishermen’s Mission has joined the Human Rights at Sea initiative as the latest Supporting Entity and partner in advancing human rights provisions and awareness on behalf of both the UK fishing industry and world-wide where able. HRAS Founder, David Hammond said: “The support of the UK fishing community through The Fishermen’s Mission means that...

ISWAN joins the HRAS network of Supporting Entities

Human Rights at Sea is delighted to welcome the International Seafarers’ Welfare and Assistance Network (ISWAN) to the HRAS organisation and expanding network, making ISWAN the 43rd Supporting Entity to assist in the global development of the HRAS initiative. The International Seafarers Welfare and Assistance Network is an organisation that promotes seafarers welfare worldwide...

The World G18 Somalia diaspora organisation becomes the 41st Supporting Entity of Human Rights at Sea

The World G18 Somalia diaspora organisation has become the 41st Supporting Entity to the Human Rights at Sea initiative. HRAS Founder, David Hammond, said: “Through the UN Association’s Westminster branch, HRAS has been introduced to the World G18 Somalia organisation and which will support our work in Somalia to enable the spread of the Human Rights...

Human Rights at Sea becomes a Supporting Organisation for the London International Shipping Week 2015

Human Rights at Sea has become an official Supporting Organisation of the 2015 London International Shipping Week 7-11 September 2015. Of note, the Human Rights at Sea initiative was conceived during LISW 2013 where the underlying proposition that “Human rights apply at sea, as equally as they do on land” was first used. LISW Overview...

Interview: Australia – The Hon. Scott Morrison MP Minister for Immigration and Border Protection

The Hon. Scott Morrison MP Minister for Immigration and Border Protection Turning back boats where safe to do so, stopping the boats to help Iraqis and Syrians, counter terrorism, National Mosque Open Day Monday, 27 October 2014 Interview with Kieran Gilbert, AM Agenda Sky News Programme  Kieran Gilbert: Minister Morrison thanks for your time....

Business and Human Rights Resource Centre becomes a HRAS Supporting Entity

PRESS RELEASE 15 October 2014 The Human Rights at Sea organisation is delighted to welcome the support of the London based Business and Human Rights Resource Centre as an official Supporting Entity. The new relationship adds weight to the work HRAS is undertaking as part of maritime Corporate Social Responsibility development in relation to...

HRAS partners with March on Stress to promote pyschological support services to seafarers and maritime business

HRAS PRESS RELASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 23 September 2014 March on Stress and Human Rights at Sea have joined forces to provide expert psychological support options to personnel in the maritime industry. The collaboration will see both organisations working together in order to help build resilience and support the psychological wellbeing of maritime personnel....

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